Limited Edition of 50 copies
150 x 225mm
“I see Cuba as a bocadito stuffed with hopes and propaganda, perfectly paired ingredients of a troubled history. In my journey, I focused on four meaningful subjects each telling a specific story: Trinidad, Agujero Negro, Volveran and Habanachrome. I entered the private sphere of the inhabitants by taking a glimpse of their private living through the threshold of their windows. I investigated how daily life has been affected by the many limitations to freedom. I discovered the specious interpretation that the government gives of its heroes. I framed the paradox of the crumbling scenarios. To me each bite of Cuba has the unique taste of truth and lies melted together.”
About the Artist:
Stefano Reboli (b. 1973) is a photographer and a graphic designer born and based in Milan, Italy. He started to look at the world through a camera in his teenage years. He takes pictures while travelling and then turns these visual memories into intimate stories.
Book Specifications and Materials:
A small sized softcover book, measuring 150 x 225mm. Limited edition of 50 (copy number 38 in collection). Coptic binding, handbound by the author. 46 photographs in total (both colour and black and white). Paper stock for the cover is Fedrigoni Betulla in 260gr, and for the inside pages, Fedrigoni Splendorgel in 100gr, 160gr and 300gr.